Adjustment of the components of energy balance in response to temperature change in Ostrea edulis

@article{Newell2004AdjustmentOT,
  title={Adjustment of the components of energy balance in response to temperature change in Ostrea edulis},
  author={R. Newell and L. G. Johson and L. Kofoed},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={30},
  pages={97-110}
}
  • R. Newell, L. G. Johson, L. Kofoed
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Oecologia
  • Summary1.Routine oxygen consumption (VO2μl 285 mg-1 h-1) by specimens of Ostrea acclimated to temperatures between 5° and 25°C increases with exposure temperature throughout much of the range 5 to 30°C.2.There is little evidence of a relative suppression of the acutely-measured rate: temperature curves for routine oxygen consumption following warm acclimation. Energetic costs in Ostrea thus rise sharply with increase of environmental temperature.3.The clearance rate (Vw,ml 285 mg-1 h-1) of… CONTINUE READING

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